• SCOPE New York: March 2-6, 2011

      Wednesday, 16 February 2011 22:14

      SCOPE New York – March 2-6, 2011 Building on Miami’s overwhelming success, SCOPE launches its 2011 season with its flagship fair, SCOPE New York. Serviced daily by shuttles, this year SCOPE expands to a 60,000 square foot hall on the West Side Highway, minutes from The Armory Show. The fair opens to Press and VIP’s […]

    • ARMORY ARTS WEEK: Uptown and Museum Mile – Tuesday, March 1

      Tuesday, 15 February 2011 19:03

      The Art Show Gala Preview The Art Show, organized by the Art Dealers Association of America to benefit Henry Street Settlement, is one of the most prestigious, varied and exciting art fairs in the nation. The Gala Preview annual event brings together an international group of collectors, connoisseurs, socialites, and celebrities for a cocktail reception […]

    • Baldessari: Equally Cool and Visceral

      Wednesday, 5 January 2011 21:03

      Equally cool and visceral, John Baldessari’s impressive, handsome, understated  selection from two interrelated series marks his territory in two formal investigations some conceptual photographers began in the 80’s.  In the “Windows” series, Baldessari works through the relationship between painting and photography, as Duane Michals did in shows at Sidney Janis.  In “Columns,” he composes multi-paneled […]

    • A Cinematic Medley

      Monday, 20 December 2010 21:46

      Coup de foudre is a French expression meaning, a lightening strike or the shock of falling in love, and it is the title of the forceful and intensive intervention, conceived by Paul Miller as a remix of Cocteau’s film, The Blood of a Poet. Coup de Foudre balances three elements simultaneously: a beautiful musical composition […]

    • Rubin Museum’s “Talk About Nothing” Series

      Thursday, 9 December 2010 20:02

      Early events have sold out for The Rubin Museum of Art’s TALK ABOUT NOTHING, a series of on-stage conversations with eminent artists, philosophers, actors, writers and musicians about what “nothing” means to them.  Sold out events included those with Mike Nichols, Ken Burns, Bill Viola, Philip Glass, Karen Armstrong…Don’t miss the remaining talks! The New […]

    • Donate this Holiday Season

      Wednesday, 8 December 2010 22:19

      Donate this Holiday Season!   NY Arts Magazine encourages its readers to donate this holiday season. The following charities need you help!   The Neediest Case Fund On Christmas day, 1911, Adolph S. Ochs, publisher of The New York Times, went out for a walk after a big turkey dinner and encountered a shabbily dressed […]

    • Guillermo Kuitca: Everything—Paintings and Works on Paper, 1980–2008

      Friday, 3 December 2010 15:11

      Guillermo Kuitca: Everything—Paintings and Works on Paper, 1980–2008 October 21, 2010 to January 16, 2011 Since his first exhibition at the age of thirteen, Guillermo Kuitca (Argentinean, b. Buenos Aires, 1961) has forged a distinctive path as an artist, creating visually compelling works that reflect his intense and often ambivalent relationship to his primary medium: […]

    • “Anonymous” and “Urchins” at Kim Foster Gallery

      Monday, 29 November 2010 16:36

      Anonymous opens at December 2 at Kim Foster Gallery (New York, NY). The exhibition will be held from December 2-24, with the openings reception taking place on Thursday December 9, 6-8pm. You need look no further than Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa to find the allure of the anonymous subject, as it wasn’t until 2005, that […]

    • Day Without Art

      Monday, 29 November 2010 16:15

      ChART Contemporary and the Young Guerilla Informers (YGI’s) are organizing a Day Without Art (DWA), which coincides with World AIDS Day for the third time on December 1, 2010. Please join us in the Caochangdi Art District from 12:00 – 4:00 PM. The program begins with an AIDS ribbon-making workshop hosted by Galerie Urs Meile […]

    • GRAPHIC RADICALS: 30 Years of World War 3 Illustrated

      Wednesday, 24 November 2010 18:38

      NEW YORK – Graphic Radicals is a 30th anniversary retrospective of World War 3 Illustrated, an independently published political comic magazine founded in 1980 by artists Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper. Comprised of original comics drawings and paintings, posters, commissioned murals, documentary film, animation and a complete set of issues, Graphic Radicals will be the largest World War 3 Illustrated exhibition […]

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